ISEF has 53 Ph.D. and M.D. candidates studying everything from bioengineering better seeds to establishing free legal clinics. These future leaders come from immigrant backgrounds, Ethiopia to Ukraine, Morocco to Uzbekistan, most from families where no one ever went to college, let alone got a Ph.D.,
ISEF’s 42nd Anniversary Benefit Dinner on May 9, 2019 was truly a don’t-miss event! The room was filled with youthful energy and genuine passion for educating Israel’s next generation. We hope to see you at our next gala evening!
ISEF doctoral student Shula Molla, and ISEF alumnus Yoav Lalom received the first annual Sami Michael Prize awarded to individuals whose work promotes an egalitarian and just society in Israel.
ISEF Alumnus, Dr. Moshe Elkabets of the Shraga Segal Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, was awarded the 2017 Teva Founders Prize and Research Grant.
Dr. Liav Orgad, an esteemed authority on constitutional identity, citizenship theory, and global migration, was recently elected to the Young Academy of Europe.